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We've gathered up some of the most envy-inducing covens found in literature--they'll have you wishing you could pal around with your own group of spell-casting witches.
Situated on the outskirts of Coven village, the bungalow is described as having "an enviable canal side frontage".
Craig, 39, said: "Eleven years ago, we made Coven Bay in a very similar way on a non-existent budget when dad was still with us and it was really well received.
Sheen had referred to himself as a "Vatican assassin warlock" during a radio interview, which angered members of the Coven of the Raven Moon in Salem, Mass.
Signature skills: The matriarch of the Olympic Coven, she cuts a maternal figure among blood-sucking vampires.
Gould and Jaffery spend a lot of time setting up the final confrontation between the coven and the evil witch, with not much real action in the rest of the story.
Born in Worcester, MA to Thelma (Cotzin) Coven and Julius Coven, Bob settled in Amherst in 1973.
ELITE League Coven try have signed Telford Tigers' teenage star Tom Carlon on a fulltime contract - and Blaze have agreed a deal with GB international Tom Watkins.
And when he returned to the woods one Saturday evening he witnessed a coven of witches performing a strange ritual.
She approached a coven initially because she wanted help with the evil spirit that she thought had possessed her.
So Sky sings, "Once we were like a coven, our spirits soared/Sisterhood kept us strong/And as easy as it was, it was no more," and Aleta, "All my emotions rise to the surface / My life takes a fall/I'm alone and I have lost my place / And I don't know who I can call.
Kristoff Nast paid with his life for this, but Paige lost everything she held dear; her house, her reputation, and most of all, her coven.